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    in Avila Beach to highlight ocean technology Newspaper article Moline M A Avila Community News Pismo Beach California Nov 2009 World Wide Web Light in total darkness Web article Jenssen E University Centre in Svalbard www unis no Longyearbyen Svalbard Norway May 11 2011 Morgendagens miljøovervåkere Web article Jenssen E NRK science and technology news www nrk no Oslo Norway Mar 31 2010 Morgendagens miljøovervåkere Web article Jenssen E Science news forum www forskning no Oslo Norway Mar 26 2010 Into the deep dark polar night waters Web article Jenssen E Svalbard Science Forum www ssf no Longyearbyen Svalbard Norway Mar 26 2010 Climate watchdogs of tomorrow Web article Jenssen E University Centre in Svalbard www unis no Longyearbyen Svalbard Norway Mar 25 2010 Robots AUV Missions Interview with Oscar Schofield and Mark Moline Podcast www robotspodcast com Feb 12 2010 Poly students take marine robot expedition to Norway Web article Barba J Mustang Daily California Polytechnic State University Feb 3 2010 NORUS Technology development for marine monitoring and ocean observation Programme description Hamre A SIU Bergen 2010 Atlantic crossing a robot s daring mission Documentary video Seidel D www youtube com Nov 17 2009 Professors students spend January in

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    sensors and instruments with the potential to be deployed on autonomous underwater vehicles Students task prior to workshop pdf 1 4Mb April 7 2010 Overview of workshop outcome pdf 2 8Mb May 17 2010 March 24 2010 The next NORUS workshop will take place at Sletvik Hopavågen a two hour drive from Trondheim in Norway This third workshop within the NORUS programme for research based higher education will be focused

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    detailed overview on the guts of the glider and the programming required to run a smooth mission After putting RU16 back together we brought RU16 out to a ballasting tank on the Cal Poly Pier to prepare it for a brief mission along the California coast Tuesday 24 On Tuesday we quickly went through the mission planning for 16 s trip around California and got out on the Zodiac to deploy After deployment Cal Poly participants informed us about the IVER 2 a propelled AUV that uses sonar to monitor the coast Although the IVER2 run short term missions it is very efficient and is low cost Scott Layton Cal Poly Wednesday 25 On Wednesday Mark Moline educated us on the REMUS another AUV It is like the IVER2 because it runs short term missions however it carries more sensors and has a GPS system The students had a short competition to write code for a mission that was then carried out a little ways off the pier We then learned about crawlers which are small tank like sampler that crawl along the bottom of a basin and take samples and ROVs which are small tethered and remotely controlled robots

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  • NORUS Workshop II, Cal Poly
    orientations and GPS locations We also learned how to program the REMUS for missions there was a contest to see who could create the best mission plan in the smallest amount of time to explore a cubic volume of water Robbie Plankenhorn s team won much to our chagrin The following images show the participants deploying and recovering the AUV Crawler Demo Dr Chris Clark gave a demo of the

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  • NORUS Workshop II, Cal Poly
    we ran a status mission on the pier Thanks to the help of Jason Felton and Tom Moylan Cal Poly the glider was successfully loaded into the Zodiac and deployed by students in Avila Bay After completing short abort sequence tests the glider was sent on its way posted by Robbie Plankenhorn at 10 28 AM 0 Comments Tuesday November 24 2009 Monday November 23 Hello all Our second day was all about gliders We started off walking to the Cal Poly Pier where we saw a lot of sea lions sea otters pelicans and a lot of other bird species We then took a tour of the pier and had a safety briefing We learned that the pier was originally used for oil transport The pier was abandoned in 1994 after an oil spill occur red I n 2003 it was rebuilt as a marine research facility The pie r is now d esigned to outlast any storm its platform is made of steel and has holes in the floor so that the water could filter out After the safety briefing we all gathered around t he SLOCUM glider RU16 and opened it up to ch ec k out the hardware The glider has a bladder that fills with air in the tail cone to keep the tail out of the water This makes communicating with satel lites easier The front of the glider also known as the head cone can be f illed with water so that it sinks In the middle there are batteries and other hardware We learned a lot about ballasting the glider to make it sink without a roll or pitch at a 26 degree angle Some of the Norwegian students interrupted the lecture to give us their cu sto m made coffee mugs Using what we learne d we put the glider in a water tank to see how it looked The tail was slightly heavier than the front but not significant for the launch Then we all ate lunch in the sun behind the marine lab building The meal was delicious and the sun was relaxing which was perfect for cold adapted students from Norway We also got to see some big whales in the horizon Basically it was a perfect lunch setting After lunch we learned a lot about how to program the gliders and how to prepare them for missions We planned a mission which you all can follow on Google earth We then went to dinner at the Steamers of Pismo We had some nice expensive white wine and a big pleasant meal After the meal we headed back to the Avila beach Marine Institute for a late evening lecture from Chris Clark about autonomous control and state estimation of robots We learned that robots go through a procedure involving perception localization and cognition which is then used to perform a controlled motion We got a robot demonstration with the robotics lab program and a cute little robot We

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  • NORUS Workshop II, Cal Poly: Tuesday, November 24
    Prior to launching the glider we ran a status mission on the pier Thanks to the help of Jason Felton and Tom Moylan Cal Poly the glider was successfully loaded into the Zodiac and deployed by students in Avila Bay After completing short abort sequence tests the glider was sent on its way posted by Robbie Plankenhorn at 10 28 AM 0 Comments Post a Comment Home About Technology Development

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    no Marit Norli MS norli stud ntnu no Elen Belseth MS belseth stud ntnu no Inga Aamodt MS ingaarne stud ntnu no UNIS Tove Gabrielsen PI Tove Garielsen unis no Jørgen Berge PI jorgen berge unis no Rutgers Colin Evans UG cevans eden rutgers edu Danielle Holden UG dbholden eden rutgers edu Katie Bianchini UG kbianchi eden rutgers edu Nilsen Strandskov UG nstrands eden rutgers edu John Kerfoot Glider Director

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